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Road to the TELUS Cup: Atlantic Regional
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March 30, 2011
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RECENT CHAMPIONS (TELUS CUP FINISH)
2010 – St. John’s Fog Devils (bronze medal)
2009 – Moncton Flyers (5th place)
2008 – Cole Harbour McCains (5th place)
2007 – St. John’s Maple Leafs (5th place)
2006 – St. John’s Maple Leafs (5th place)

CHARLOTTETOWN ISLANDERS
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CHAMPIONS / HOST

Regular Season Record: 16-16-3 (3rd in NBPEIMMHL)
Goals For: 146
Goals Against: 155
Leading Scorer: Ross Johnston (20G 37A 57P)

Playoff Record: 4-1
Goals For: 15
Goals Against: 14
Leading Scorer: Ross Johnston (5G 3A 8P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2006 – 6th place
Total National Championship Appearances: 2 (1997, 2006)

CORNWALL THUNDER
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND RUNNERS-UP

Regular Season Record: 14-18-2 (4th in NBPEIMMHL)
Goals For: 104
Goals Against: 137
Leading Scorer: Evan Carmody (10G 19A 29P)

Playoff Record: 1-4
Goals For: 14
Goals Against: 15
Leading Scorer: Ross Martin (4G 4A 8P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2004 – 5th place
Total National Championship Appearances: 1 (2004)

FREDERICTON CANADIENS
NEW BRUNSWICK CHAMPIONS

Regular Season Record: 26-7-1 (1st in NBPEIMMHL)
Goals For: 156
Goals Against: 80
Leading Scorer: Peter Trainor (31G 27A 58P)

Playoff Record: 8-2
Goals For: 43
Goals Against: 21
Leading Scorer: Peter Trainor (15G 6A 21P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 1993 – 5th place
Total National Championship Appearances: 5 (1982, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993)

HALIFAX TITANS
NSMMHL CHAMPIONS

Regular Season Record: 28-5-2 (2nd in NSMMHL)
Goals For: 159
Goals Against: 104
Leading Scorer: Adam Stevens (27G 17A 44P)

Playoff Record: 10-3
Goals For: 42
Goals Against: 28
Leading Scorer: Adam Stevens (8G 5A 13P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 1994 – 5th place
Total National Championship Appearances: 3 (1980, 1983, 1994)

ST. JOHN’S PRIVATEERS
NLMMHL CHAMPIONS

Regular Season Record: 26-3-1 (1st in NLMMHL)
Goals For: 215
Goals Against: 45
Leading Scorer: Danny Wicks (34G 37A 71P)

Playoff Record: 8-1
Goals For: 65
Goals Against: 15
Leading Scorer: Marcus Power (12G 12A 24P)

Last National Championship Appearance: 2010 – bronze medal
Total National Championship Appearances: 8 (1980, 1986, 1989, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2010)


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